A study of minimum wage increases found that they expedite the automation of low-wage jobs but that there was growth in other types of low-wage employment related to this automation.
A study by the Institute for Housing Studies found that homebuyers are paying more to be near Chicago's Bloomingdale Trail, also know as The 606, a linear park on the city's Northwest Side.
"Scholarly Pursuits: Minimum Wage Hikes = Automation = Fewer Jobs? No So, Study Says; The 606 Trail Raises Home Prices and Affordability Concerns,"
Business Exchange: Vol. 1
, Article 8.
Available at: http://via.library.depaul.edu/bx/vol1/iss6/8